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Monday, May 20, 2013

Shooglenifty and Cheese-Wine-Chat @ Catstrand

Commonty readers, prepare yourself for the enslaught - as this weekend heralds in one of the most hectic and busy weekends in the D&G cultural calender. Whether you are a Spring Flinger, a D&G Arts Festival lover, going to Knockengorrach, or simply getting involved with or just enjoying one of many fringe events. The biggest decision is, which ones will you choose?!
Catstrand offers two evening events this weekend, to tempt you their way! 

Friday 24th May       7.30pm

Dalry School

Shooglenifty is one of Scotland’s most unique musical exports. This six-man band is credited being the originators of “acid-croft,” a fiery and infectious blend of Celtic traditional music and dance grooves that band members describe as “hypno-folkadelic ambient trad.” While their sound is difficult to put into words, audiences from around the world have fallen under their musical spell.
Come along and let them put a spring in your step.
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Wine, Cheese and Art Conversation
Saturday 25th May       7 - 10pm

An evening of wine and cheese in the company of prominent local artists and practitioners.
Discussions will be in the interest of the Dumfries and Galloway artistic community. The topics covered will be:
How the landscape and culture of Dumfries and Galloway affects and inspires artists.
Scotland-England border sculpture. The impact of this new art piece and its significance locally and nationally.
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

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